if Given
E=mc^2
C representing the constant Distance/Time.
What if Time is then considered to actually be a single local computation cycle. But the computational cycle is not constant throughout the universe, and is made longer by computational complexity. So modified by the variable x say, which represents an extension to the clock cycle, caused by compleXity. Local space then is something like a fixed clock computer, that gets slowed down by extra jobs added to it, thus slowing all its jobs. And we get E=m(d/(t+x))^2. Now if x increases, the other variables must change. Any thoughts?

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Could this equation describe what we observe?

C represents the speed of light, its a constant

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